MyTheresa Collabs With Hungarian Cool-Girl Brand, Nanushka



May 2019

Nanushka x MyTheresa Capsule Collection


Luxury fashion e-comm juggernaut MyTheresa has announced yet another highly anticipated collaboration, this time with Budapest-raised and based designer, Sandra Sandor and her cool-girl brand, Nanushka.

The 12-piece capsule collection nods to a reinterpretation of a city safari wardrobe for the urban escapist, and embraces the femininity so synonymous with MyTheresa combined with Nanushka’s confident form and functionality. The result is elegant-with-an-edge waist-defining jumpsuits, cut-out detail dresses, blouses with balloon sleeves, and cropped jackets, shirts and shorts in the label’s signature fabrics, such as vegan leather and natural linen, celebrating the brand’s ethos of putting sustainability at its heart.

The Nanushka x MyTheresa collection blends form, function and femininity for the modern woman

Having launched in 2006, MyTheresa fast became renowned for its innovative projects and wide-reaching designer collaborations, with Nanushka’s capsule collection following in the footsteps of Chloe, Ganni and Off-White. Also founded in 2006, Nanushka was born out of an idea to help bridge cultures between the East and West, dreaming up a day-to-night wardrobe for the modern human with the aim of creating a new informal form of beauty, whilst simultaneously working towards saving and protecting our planet through its use of vegan leather and cotton denim.

Already worn by the likes of Hailey Bieber, Caroline Issa, Gigi Hadid and Charlie Theron, Nanushka’s collaboration with MyTheresa is yet another clever feather in its fedora, and a beautiful offering for those looking to give their style substance this season.


  • Words: Emily Baxter-Priest
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